Handwork and Hardwork is set to be rewarded as The African Network of Entrepreneurs (TANOE) in partnership with Premium Bank Ghana Ltd have opened nominations for 2017 edition of the prestigious Ghana Startup Awards.
The awards which was launched last year has being geared towards celebrating ambitious and indigenous start-up businesses making impact, contributing to economic growth, meeting social needs and putting Ghana on the global economic map.
Winners of the Awards aside the award plaques will receive various kinds of business support from Premium Bank through its HelpStation initiative.
Nomination is opened till the 12th of May, 2017 and can be made through www.thestartupnetwork.org/nomination
Categories up for nomination include: Agriculture, Education, Fashion, Finance, Health, Manufacturing, Multimedia & Tourism, Processing, Social Enterprise, Technology, Startup Entrepreneur of the Year, Startup of the Year, Student Startup of the Year and Non-Ghanaian Startup of the Year
Notable winners from last year’s award included EchoHouse Ghana Limited, Soronko Solutions, Regina Agyare, KP Photography, FarmerLine, Kantanka Automobile, Ameyaw Debrah Media and several others.
The awards will be preceded by the release of the Ghana Startup Club 100; a listing of the top 100 best performing startups in Ghana.
The 2017 Premium Bank Ghana Startup Awards spearheaded by The Startup Network, a project by TANOE is in partnership with KPMG, iConceptsPR, The HelpStation, Avance Media, Edel Consult, Kumasi Hive, HapaSpace, MEST and TentMaker Ghana and is part of TANOE’s contribution to enhancing the Startup Eco-System in Ghana and providing the support and public recognition needed for outstanding startups in Ghana to thrive.